I actually just purchased an A8V (after the Allentstein A8N-SLI build didn't work for me.......), so if you wanna hold out for a few days, I'll let you know how it So with that said....I see that my card is discontinued....what card would I get as a replacement if they didnt have any 7900gt co's left? I was really impressed with the price and quality combination of this case. Posted by bubba1 on Tue, Oct 14 2008 2:28 AM Maximus II Formula | XPPro/32 | Antec900 | Yate Loon 120mm/2200RPM X3 (2 Front Fans & 1 Exhaust Fan) | E8400
The RAID drivers on the motherboard might conflict with other aspects of the DAW as well. Another thing that comes to mind is the video card. I'll be going back to AGP with my G550 (which has worked great in the past with modern Asus boards bought less than a year ago. Penewah! https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/372011/got-a-rma-approval-for-my-7900gt-but-7900gt-are-discontinued-/?offset=1
Swimming. PCI? All the motherboard does is provide the user with I/O expansion options. I would have gone this route from the beginning if I had known this because I do prefer the VIA chipsets for PTLE.
i'd be afraid if i were your girlfriend Rate this post: You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. yourmothersanastronautAug 10, 2006, 11:34 AM When my 7900GT died for no apparent reason, I overnighted it to California and by the end of the day had approved my RMA for replacement. In my opinion these are both outdated motherboards requiring older AGP video cards and will not work with dual core Athlons. This is what I'm going to buy, please comment if it has any issues with Pro Tools LE 7.0 ASUS A8N-SLI Premium Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI ATX AMD Motherboard -
Rate this post: You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. <> © 2016 Community.Newegg.com Powered by Telligent Overclock.net Join Overclock.net What leads you to believe this one would not have the same IRQ conflicts? Good luck. http://newwikipost.org/topic/OK9KzzhXLTZT6jzY5vHndXtokZmzNTV1/Administrator-Approval-Required.html DevOps, continuous delivery and containerisation.
I'd actually even try an Nvidia before the Ati (since the motherboard is built for them.) Makes much more sense to me. I was feeling kinda lucky, so I decided to enable the onboard LAN. We usually give discounts to repeat customers and prices are negotiable at times (These are all walk-in). Have you or has anybody else had success with using 3 PCI cards with the A8V-E while avoiding IRQ conflicts with the video card/onboard firewire?
AlexLakis03-06-2006, 04:41 PMI dunno, that list seems a bit outdated to me. The rest of the system looks good to me! Thanks again, J AlexLakis03-02-2006, 04:53 PMI dunno what the 32 means...do you? I checked back on this thread to see if I could learn any last minute details and read the post from AlexLakis stating that the currently Allenstein build did not work
You are quite right on all those E-tailers...but just so you know they dont charge Sales Tax in Oregon because we don't have any sort of Sales Tax. My fully armed an operational DAW: Glad to hear you finally got it going. Avi sixpakk03-06-2006, 01:47 PMSixpakk, The build you have looks good. Kudos everybody, Walther.
And for the Dual Core CPU, is there much difference between the K- and A8V? I'm on the verge of putting together a new system, contemplating the following: -Aopen EZ482 small form factor enclosure + ATI X300 type motherboard -AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ -Seagate Barracuda Until then, do some more searching, find people with setups that you like, and ask them how they're working out. The Nvidia firewall has never worked quit right and should be avoided.
Regardless of how many emails you've sent or how many times you've called, you will NOT be ignored if you rant on there forum. I'll try and get EJ to chime in on this thread for you. In fact, I've spent so much $$$ on them this year that they've sent me a couple free newegg t-shirts.
I do this because I believe they are one of the most reliable online retailers, and now you know why. 17 answers Last reply Aug 10, 2006 More about this recommend Quiet. 3. Is the X300 a no-no too? It can change their great prices into so-so deals.It seemed that they had more free shipping deals w/ fedex, plus I couldn't care less since I'm close enough to their LA
Fitting all the pieces of this puzzle together is quite a bit of work. Hmmm..well I know a few guys with the exact same spec and they aren't having any problems. There's still time to make changes if I have to... Please tick here if you'd prefer not to hear about: Time Inc.'s goods & services, including all the latest news, great deals and offers Third party goods & services ⩔ Show
I might have overexaggerated on my frustration earlier, I usually get most of my plugs in my first sessions, but I stay away from most verbs and have to process all Drives? Most people have found Matrox to be the most non-obstrusive video card for audio. I used a 7200 IDE drive for my system and two 72gig Raptors for recording (non-RAID).
Nick Matt P03-04-2006, 08:04 PMHey Nick, That's what I kind of figured. Is there any way I could build a Quad for about $2000 in Vancouver BC Canada? The Allenstein didn't work for me WITH OR WITHOUT the UAD cards, so I dunno. ABIT RMA warning...
noblyAug 10, 2006, 7:00 PM Yeah my only gripe about newegg is when they switched to doing everything via UPS 3-day.